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Anti-government protests leave seven people dead

Since 7th February 2019, thousands of people have taken to the streets in the capital Port-au-Prince and other cities demanding the resignation of Haiti's President Jovenel Moise. Read more

Anti-government protests leave seven people dead


Journalists continue to be subject to attacks and harassment

2019 started with accusations made by the Supreme Court of Bolivia during the opening ceremony of the judicial year. Read more

Journalists continue to be subject to attacks and harassment

Protests over Russian aggression in Black Sea

In November 2018, a new crisis between Russia and Ukraine erupted. According to reports, Russia seized three navy vessels and detained several Ukrainian crew members. Read more

Protests over Russian aggression in Black Sea


Hydroplants drive protests as journalists express concern over media freedoms

As we've previously covered on the CIVICUS Monitor, concerns over environmental issues have driven protests in Albania over the past few months. On 10th September 2018, environmental activists together with local NGOs and Albanian citizens in Tirana protested against the building of the Kalivaç hydropower plant on the Vjosa river. In October 2018, Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama ordered websites to be 'legalised' by registering with the tax authorities as part of an 'anti-defamation package'. Read more

Hydroplants drive protests as journalists express concern over media freedoms